In his relentless quest to make MacBooks thinner and lighter and completely wireless, former Apple chief design officer Jony Ive has reached his soul and evoked perhaps too much of the company’s infamous “courage” when redesigning MacBooks one half of ten years ago.
Starting with the 12-inch MacBook in 2015, Apple made some very questionable design choices when it took over everything that made MacBooks delightful, starting notebooks on a painful march towards unprecedented criticism and failure.
The 12-inch MacBook was a harbinger of the problems the MacBook line would face. While slim, the 2-pound laptop has ditched the beloved MagSafe charger that was a staple on every MacBook before it and replaced it with USB-C charging. The laptop also brought Apple’s universally hated butterfly keyboards with it.
When it came time for MacBook Pros the following year in 2016, not only did Apple bring these two “features,” it also replaced the perfectly precise function …
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